RoadRunnerApp.com is planning to enter the mobile on-demand delivery market, and is currently in the software development stage. The company is also in the process of developing a mobile app service and expects it to be operable by the end of the year.
The company's business model will operate inside the carry-out food and grocery markets but will also tap into other corporate markets where delivery service would an advantage to its customers, extending delivery to where it has not been before. RoadRunnerApp.com will start servicing Louisiana markets first and has intentions of roll out its business model to other markets eventually.
"This is a different business model than what is already out there," president Brett McElwee says. "I believe restaurant and grocery store owners will like what we are offering, especially in the rural markets where competitor services are not offered or very limited."
The company will be implementing a driver compensation where RoadRunner drivers share in the revenues of the company. In addition, no fees will be charged to the businesses it partners with.
"Many of these mobile on-demand delivery services were originated on the west coast in California and we wanted to bring these types of delivery services to the rural smaller towns on this side of the U.S.," he continues.